(Bloomberg) -- A fired Morgan Stanley financial adviser who downloaded client data to a home server, some of which ended up on a public website, pleaded guilty to accessing the bank's computer network without permission.
Galen Marsh transferred confidential information on 730,000 customers to a private server in his New Jersey home from June 2011 to December 2014, according to prosecutors. Account information about 900 clients was found on an external website, Morgan Stanley said in January.
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